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Google Debuts Interactive VR Photography App 'Cardboard Camera' on iOS – MacRumors





Google today announced the launch of Cardboard Camera for iOS, which lets users « capture 3D 360-degree virtual reality photos » without the need for technical VR equipment. Photos taken with the app are three-dimensional panoramas in which users can tap and drag to look around « in all directions, » with sound recording the moment the photo is taken that plays back each time the image is revisited.
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A few examples of Cardboard Camera’s interactive panoramas


Cardboard Camera uses a similar photography style as panoramas in the iOS camera app: users simply hold their iPhone vertically, tap the record button, then rotate slowly in place to capture their surroundings. Users will also be able to share albums filled with VR photos directly within the app by generating links to email, text message, or share on social media.

Whether you’re hiking on the Olympic Peninsula or attending your cousin’s wedding, go beyond the flat photo or selfie. With Cardboard Camera—now available on iOS as well as Android—you can capture 3D 360-degree virtual reality photos. Just like Google Cardboard, it works with the phone you already have with you.
The company said that if any of the VR photos taken with Cardboard Camera are viewed on Google Cardboard, anyone « can relive those moments as if they were there. » Previously, Cardboard Camera was available on Android, with more than 5 million photos captured on the platform.
On iOS, users can download Cardboard Camera on the App Store for free. [Direct Link]

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